The most expensive film in history was released on February 18, 1991, and the movie’s box office grossed $5 billion.
In the movie, Batman and his fellow Bat-friends, including a female superhero, join forces with the Joker and his henchmen to fight against the corrupt government of Gotham City.
The film earned more than $200 million domestically, with a global box office haul of $2.5 billion and a global cume of $9 billion.
The film was released in the United States on February 9, 1991 and was the first major Hollywood blockbuster to open in that country.
The film received generally positive reviews from critics and viewers, but the movie was also accused of being insensitive to the needs of the poor.
At the time, the film’s production team was accused of using cheap makeup and prosthetics in the movie.
The movie also featured some of the most famous voices in Hollywood history: Richard Pryor, Meryl Streep, and Paul Newman.
Despite the controversy, the movie became a cult classic that helped make the genre of superhero movies popular.
On Saturday, a group of fans held a press conference to honor the legacy of the movie by giving away a commemorative Batman and Joker bobblehead.
The bobbleheads will be auctioned off at the beginning of the year on the Warner Bros. Entertainment website for $10,000.
This year’s auction is the second for the bobble heads, which are being given away at a press event at the Warner Brothers booth at the 2016 Oscars.
Fans can also get their hands on a limited edition, commemorative Joker bobbo-head.
You can pre-register for the auction here: https://twitter.com/Warner BrosHQ/status/795930442855894465/photo/1 The Batman and Batman-themed bobble head was first unveiled in January, but its official release date was pushed back from February 20, to February 23.
The auction is being held at the official Warner Bros Booth #16 in Hollywood on February 21, at 10:00 a.m.
For more on the film, check out our feature, ” The New Batman Adventures: Batman, the Joker, and The New Gotham City .”